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Here is a great website with a wealth of knowledge about all things organic. I know it helps me out with trying to find out about bath/beauty/hygiene
products. Organic Consumers Association
Beware of Organic Consumers Association they are a front for the UN and the Rockefellers.
Follow the dots.
1. Rosa DeLauro sponsored the Food Safety Bill HR 875.
2. DeLauro's hubby is Stan Greenburg who did consulting for MONSANTO. He is also a globalist and Minion of the elite. His company worked on
political campaigns in 60 countries around the world including Tony Blair in the UK.
I could not understand WHY Organic Consumers Assoc and Food & Water Watch were in favor of this bill. Until I did some digging:
Maude Barlow a “no dog in this fight” Canadian, is a director of both. She has been handsomely rewarded for selling the US consumer out with an
appointment as New Senior Advisor to the UN president on October 21, 2008.
Another board director of Food and Water Watch is Dennis Keeney is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
Mark Ritchie: President, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy; has Connection to Tides. The Tides Center’s corporate registration documents
on file in Minnesota show that Mark Ritchie is its “registered agent.” This might explain why the Tides Foundation has paid over $20,000 to a
commercial corporation owned by Ritchie and his brother.
Tides Foundation & Tides Center: Donations FROM Rockefeller's $9,467,955.00 (1991 - 2005)
Rockefeller Family Fund: $1,225,000.00 1991 – 2004
Rockefeller Brothers Foundation $2,879,900.00 1993 – 2005
Rockefeller Foundation $4,543,775.00 1993 – 2005
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors $819,300.00 1997 – 2004
Organic Consumers Association $57,176.00 2000 – 2005 Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Another Organic Consumers Assoc. board member
Who is Orange Cloud that attacks those against the bogus food safety bills and defends Monsanto?
She is La Vita Locavore and lists herself as Jill Richardson, Consultant but she is "UC San Diego" Sustainability Coordinator and is working on
the practical aspects of UN Agenda 21 as far as I can tell.
“Currently, we are particularly interested in receiving manuscripts that deal with some of the following subjects, although other submissions
will continue to receive full consideration:
Implementing sustainable development strategies, Rio-Agenda 21 and Millennium Development” Objectives: The Journal of Environment and
Graduate School of International Relations & Pacific Studies
University of California, San Diego, MC0519
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92037-0519, USA
Raymond Clemencon another facultiy member, was one of the negotiators on the Rio Declaration and the. Agenda 21
Is there a Monsanto - University of California at San Diego connection? YES!
Bioinformatics researchers at the University of California, San Diego and Genentech have developed a new, quicker way to sequence monoclonal
Monsanto bought 5% on Genetech, Genentech’s bovine growth hormone — licensed to Monsanto Corporation, In 1979, Monsanto coordinated a research
program with Genentech,
UCSD's Biotech Certificates Program is admired as the most advanced in the UC system.
Closer to the Heart of the San Diego 'Biotech Zone': The Program's Service Goals
The UCSD RA Program classes recently moved to the San Diego 'Biotech Zone'--into the same building as a major CRO, Parexel, and only blocks from
another big CRO, Quintiles. Both CROs will contribute RA experts to classroom discussions of topics. Nearby are also the new headquarters of Novartis,
represented on the Advisory Board of UCSD Biotech Certificates Programs, as is Invitrogen. Other Advisory Board members, Monsanto and Dow, together
with its hometown subsidiary Mycogen, demonstrate regional strengths in agbiotech (which is expected to "absolutely boom" in the near future). The
newest UCSD Certificate in Agricultural Biotech is under development, since the UCSD Biotech Certificates program aims to be comprehensive and
progressive in service to all biotech sectors.